BIM Implementation Strategies: Complex Projects - On Demand

BIM Implementation Strategies: Complex Projects - On Demand

BIM Implementation Strategies for Complex Construction Projects - On Demand

2 Formal CPD Points
Available On Demand

This course explores the latest strategies for implementing BIM on complex construction projects.
Topics include:
How BIM is being used to improve collaboration and communication between architects, engineers, and contractors
How BIM can be used to reduce costs and improve efficiency
The latest advances in BIM software and technology
How to train your team on BIM
You will be able to view presentations from industry experts, as well as case studies from projects that have successfully implemented BIM.



This course will explore the latest strategies for implementing BIM on complex construction projects featuring presentations from industry experts, as well as case studies from projects that have successfully implemented BIM.

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this course participants should be able to:

  • Understand why we use digital technology in construction & what are we trying to achieve with technology.
  • Understand why design consultant BIM models are valuable for uses beyond 2D documentation.
  • Understand how technology is used on the construction site. Understand that design and construction information is valuable to clients and building owners/operators.
  • Preparing for a Project with BIM Deliverables Geolocating a project in ArchiCAD for Revit consultants Working with BCF files in ArchiCAD and Navisworks
  • How to use the Auto Run Script in Solibri Reporting on Clashes to Consultants after coordination meetings
  • Identify the challenges of Building Information Modelling implementation.
  • Recognise the technical elements required for a successful BIM System.
  • Understand how the core BIM elements relate and why they need to be implemented wholistically.
  • Overcoming BIM implementation challenges.

NSCA 2015 Performance Criteria

This course will deliver outcomes related to the following Competencies from the 2015 National Standard of Competency for Architects:

Design: Pre-Design
Identification, analysis and integration of information relevant to siting of project. 

Design: Conceptual Design
Assessment and integration of construction systems and materials consistent with project brief.

Documentation: Detailed Design
Evaluation and integration of regulatory requirements. 
Integration of structural and construction systems in resolved project design. 
Integration of materials and components based upon an understanding of their physical properties. 

Documentation: Documentation
Identification and adoption of a strategy, program and process of documentation integrated through all project stages to enable project delivery. 
Timely completion and communication of accurate and comprehensible documents that will include, as required, drawings, models, specifications, schedules and other relevant modes of information.


NSCA 2021 Performance Criteria

This course will deliver outcomes related to the following Competencies from the 2021 National Standard of Competency for Architects: 

PC 13
Be able to identify and apply strategies, programming and processes for documentation through all project stages to facilitate project delivery, as appropriate to selected procurement processes.
PC 16
Be able to apply risk management and mitigation strategies – including safety in design, project risk, requirement for resilience from the impacts of climate change and appropriate insurances – across architectural services.

PC 30
Be able to explore options for siting a project, including integrating information and analysis of relevant cultural, social and economic factors.

PC 39
Be able to integrate the material selection, structural and construction systems established in the conceptual design into the detailed design and documentation.
PC 46
Be able to produce project documentation that meets the requirements of the contract and procurement process and complies with regulatory controls, building standards and codes, and conditions of construction and planning approvals.
PC 47
Be able to complete and communicate on-time, accurate documents for relevant stakeholders, including drawings, models, specifications, schedules and construction documentation.

PC 55
Be able to apply appropriate and consistent systems for record keeping, document control and revision status during the construction phase.
PC 57
Be able to apply relevant processes required for certification of monetary progress claims, project variations, extensions of time, project instructions, and requests for information, practical completion or other administrative functions explicit in the selected procurement method and associated construction contract.

Master of Ceremonies

Principal, PLUS Architecture

Candice is a Registered Architect and Practice Manager with over ten years of experience at Plus Architecture. She has established a depth of experience across all project types and scales and is responsible for the management and delivery of some of Plus Architecture’s marquee projects. Candice has experience across all project stages, from feasibility, master planning, and sketch design to construction administration. Utilising her extensive knowledge, Candice advises and supports the Melbourne studio as Practice Manager across strategy and operations while being a workplace culture champion.


VDC Manager, Hansen Yuncken Pty Ltd

Seeking better ways to execute design and delivery using technology, Chris has over 10+ years' experience working as a BIM Manager in the United Kingdom, Netherlands, New Zealand and Australia. With a background in architecture, Chris has worked with globally renowned architects OMA and Grimshaw and has recently transitioned into a construction focus with Hansen Yuncken who are leaders in the adoption of Virtual Design & Construction (VDC) technology. Learning through complex delivery projects including Melbourne Metro Tunnel, Auckland City Rail Link, Marvel Stadium and Brisbane’s Neville Bonner Bridge, Chris has led strategic approaches to BIM execution, task automation, complex geometry, coordination and data management. Chris’ primary motivation for promoting technology is helping others to work smart, reduce stress and achieve work-life balance in the AEC industry.


National BIM Manager at DKO

Moiyez Buksh. National BIM manager at DKO Architecture Sydney office. Moiyez joined DKO in 2017 to pursue BIM management full-time. He has been a passionate ArchiCAD user and advocates for over 16 years. Moiyez has the drive to help others reach their potential. He applies his construction knowledge and industry experience to develop systems and workflows to allow his team to reach excellence in Architecture and BIM. Moiyez is now leading BIM and staff development at DKO with a focus on the Automation of workflows, BIM deliverables, clash detection, and Quality management. He has developed intensive ArchiCAD training programs and runs workshops and presentations for users at all levels across DKO.


Director at BIMCO

Rachel brings a unique combination of documentation, heritage, technology, and people skills to the BIM profession. Her career spans the residential, commercial and education sectors where she has firsthand experience documenting and modelling using Revit and ArchiCAD platforms. Rachel is actively involved in the BIM community as well as being part of various steering committees that require industry input.



Non Members $149
Members $99

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